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Rob Corddry

Four-time Emmy award-winning actor, producer, and comedian Rob Corddry is best known for his work on Adult Swim’s satirical comedy series “Childrens Hospital,” which he created, executive produced, and starred in as well as Netflix's “Medical Police,” a “Children's Hospital” spin-off series which premiered in January 2020.

Corddry can currently be seen in the CBS comedy, “The Unicorn,” about a tight-knit group of friends who help their buddy Wade (Walter Goggins) embrace his new normal after the loss of his wife. Corddry plays Forrest, Wade’s best buddy. He also stars as Joe Krutel in the hit HBO series “Ballers,” which is currently airing its fifth season and follows Codry as Krutel and his business partner, Spencer Strasmore, played by Dwayne Johnson, as they navigate the highs and lows of being financial advisors for professional athletes. From 2002-2006, Corddry was a correspondent on “The Daily Show with Jon Stewart.” Other television credits include ABC’s “Speechless” and “Happy Endings”; FOX’s “Arrested Development”; Comedy Central’s “Workaholics”; NBC’s “Community”; and HBO’s “Curb Your Enthusiasm.”

In addition to his television work, Corddry has starred in numerous feature films, including Ken Marino’s “Dog Days,” MGM/UA Entertainment’s “Hot Tub Time Machine” and its sequel, “Hot Tub Time Machine 2.” He starred alongside T.J. Miller and Jennifer Aniston in Paramount Pictures’ “Office Christmas Party”; Focus Features’ “Seeking a Friend for the End of the World” with Steve Carell and Keira Knightley; Columbia Pictures’ “Sex Tape” featuring Cameron Diaz and Jason Segel; Summit Entertainment's “Warm Bodies”; “Shimmer Lake”; “The Layover” directed by William H. Macy; Ken Marino’s “How to Be a Latin Lover,” and Paramount Pictures' “The Heartbreak Kid” with Ben Stiller amongst others.

Originally from Weymouth, Massachusetts, Corddry studied and taught improv at the Upright Citizens Brigade in New York City. He resides in Los Angeles with his wife and two daughters.